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Miller Art Museum opens applications for fall artist residency

The Miller Art Museum has opened its applications for the Al & Mickey Quinlan Artist Residency that will provide artists with an opportunity to experience Door County during their 8-week stay. This residency will take place in the Dome House, where one half of the building is for housing and the other half is studio space. With this residency, the museum is looking for an artist from the Midwest who specializes in fine art mediums. Miller Art Museum Executive Director, Elizabeth Meissner-Gigstead, describes the opportunities waiting for both the resident artist and the community.



The Miller Art Museum selects its resident artist based on the type of medium and location criteria. Meissner-Gigstead also explains that they are looking for an artist that will excite the selection committee and the community. Applications for the residency are open through the 30th of April; you can find information about the application process here.

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